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thaniel Young, m. 1676, Joanna, dau. of William
Tollar (this family has since taken the name of Treffet), of
I'owey, Cornwall, and dying 1698, left two sons,

1 William Young, Capt. R.N., d. s. p.

2 James Young, Secretary to the Adrairsilty, who left a
son, James Young, m. a dau. of J. Vasmer, and by her
had, with two daus., two sons, Sir William Young, G.C.B..
Vicc-Admiralof England, who cZ. 1821 ; and James Young,
of Barton End, co. Gloucester, Admiral of the Blue, who
d. 8 March, 1833, and left, by Charlotte his wife, dau. cf
Gen. Fyers, K.E., with six daus., four sons, James ; Wil-
liam, K.N. ; Heniy, in the Army ; and Edward, R.N.

IV. Samuel, M.A., d. s. j;. 1707.

I. Joanna, ?». 1st, 1680, George Tollar (TrefTry), of Fowey,
who d. 1632; and 2ndly, 1693, Henry Burton, Capt. E.N.

II. Anne, m. 1st, 1665, Christopher Crymes, of Gratton in
Meavy, Devon; and 2ndly, Richard Walter. She d. 1092.

Tl.e 2nd son,

James Yonge, F.R.S., heir to his father, 6. 1647, went
to sea when very young, in 1658 (in the " Constan,
Warwyck," thirty guns, and was present at the action of the
taliing of the "St. Michael," twenty-eight guns. la 1660,
lie sailed in the " Montague," and, in conjunction with Lord
Montague's fleet, was at the taking of Algiers, 1601. In
1062, escorted Catherine ofBraganzato England ; wasafter-
•captursd by the Dutch, and kept a prisoner at Rotterdam
for three years. During this time he studied medicine, and
-Jieqiiired great skill. He settled at Plymouth, in conse-
quence of his marriage, 1071, with Jane, dau. of Thomas
C'rampporne. of Buckland Monachonrm, by Catherine his
wife (who d. 1676), dau. of Henry Wescombe, of Barnstaple.
James Yonge, having attained great eminence as a Physi-
•, was elected Fellow of the Koyal Society. He was a
friend and correspondent of Sir Hans Sloanc, and wrote
many works popular in their day. There is a large picture
of him at Puslinch. He d. 1721, leaving three sons and six
daus. His eldest son,

James ■yoNOE, of Poselynche, Coombe, and Landscnd in
Colebrooke, to. 1726, the heiress of Puslinch, Maey Upton.
She was dau. and eventually sole heiress of .John Upton,
of Poselynche (who d. 1702), by Thomasino his wife, dau.
of George, son and heir of John Fortcscue, of Coombe
in Holberton, and Landscnd in Colebrooke, which John
Upton, of Puslinch (who was 9th in descent from John
Upton, the youngest son of Thomas Uppetou, of Trelaskc,
Cornwall, and Joanna Trelawny his wife), m. Elizabeth de
Jlohun, dau. and heiress of Sir William do Mohun, Knt. of
Poselynche, by Margaret his wife, dau. .and heir of Robert
Blericke, of Blericke and Mencley, Cornwall, who was the
son of John de Jlohuu, of Pusliuch, who was the son of
William Mohuut, by Matilda his wife (who )». 2ndly, Sir
Henry Cornewe, Knt. of Lyneham), dau. and heiress of Sir
Roger de Poselynche, Knt. (a.d. 1354), by Eganys Lis wife,
sou and heir of Sir John de Fosolyuche, to whom, lu54.

Sir Roger de Langeford, Lord of the fee, feoffed the manor
of Poselynche. The family of De Poselynche had held
from the Conquest the manor of Poselynche by service of
one fee from the family of Ferrers of Newton Ferrers,
Barons under the Barony of Mortone, of the honour of
Tremeten Castle, held by the Valletorts. James Yonge d.
at Poselynche, 1745, and was s. by his scm.

Rev. John Y''oxge, of Poselynche, Rector of Newton Fer-
rers (the patron.age of which living his father purchased
from the Duke of Leeds), Fellow of All Souls, to. 1746,
Elizabeth, dau. of George Duke, Esq. ofOtterton (and co-
heir to her brother Richard Duke), by Dorothy his wife,
dau. of Marshall Eyre, and by her had issue, four sons and
two daus. ,

I. John, who s. his father.

II. James, heir to his brother.

III. Duke, Vicar of Cornwood, b. 3 Dec. 1750; m. 1777,
Catherine, sister of Sir Thomas Crawley-Boevey, 2nd Bart.
of Flaxley Abbey, co. Gloucester, and by her (who d. 9 Dec.
1S42) had issue,

1 Duke, Vicar of Antony, Cornwall, m. 14 May, 1806,
Cordelia Anne Colijorne, only sister of Field Marshal
Lord Seaton, and d. 1836, leaving by her (who d. 20 July,
1^56, aged 82),

Duke John (Rev.), m. Elizabeth Roberts, and by her
(who m. 2ndly, Capt. Scott) left three sons, 1 Duke,
11. N.; 2 Kenneth Duke; and 3 Walter Duke.

John Francis Duke, M.D., of Plymouth, m. Elizabeth
Alice Holmes, and had issue, Francis Arthur Duke;
James Frederic ; and Stephen.

Frederick Duke, Lieut. R.N.


Cordelia Anne Duke, ih. Major-Gen. Oldfield, of Oldfield
Lawn, Sussex, R.A., A.D.C. to the Queen. She d.

Alethea Duke, m. Major Edward Bond, 53rd Kegt.

2 Charles (Rev.), Master at Eton, to. 4 Dec. 1811, Eliza-
beth, dau. of Joseph Lord, Esq. of Pembroke, and d. July,
1830, having had issue,

Charles Duke, Professor of English Literature, Queen's
Coll. Belfast, author of several works, m. 15 Aug. 1837,
Anne, dau. of J. V. Bethell, Esq.

John Eyre (Rev.), M.A., Rural Dean and Rector of
Hempstead, Stalham, Norfolk, to. 19 Dec. 1844, the
Hon. Catherine Charlotte Lysaght, dau. of George, 4th
Lord Lisle, and d. 1890, leaving issue, George (Eev.),
M.A., Rector of Hullavington, Wilts, b. 10 Oct. 1850,
711. 1883, Anne, dau. of Rev. Thomas Starling Norgate,
Rector of Sparhain (and has issue, George Ernest, 6.
1885, Caroline Lysaght and Mary Norgate); John
Henry, b. 30 March, 1852, m. 1883, Emma, dau. of Dr.
Sherlock; Charles Henry Lysaght (Kev.), Rector of
Shottisham, Norfolk, 6. 11 Oct. 1858 ; Elizabeth Cathe-
rine ; Mary Isabel, m. 1872, Rev. Denys Nelson Yonge,
Vicar of Boreham, Chelmsford; Lucy Sarah, m. Eev.
John Paget Uaviea, Rector of Twineham; Charlotte
Forteseue ; Gertrude Augusta Jane (deceased) ; and
Margaret Alice.

James Arthur, d. Sept. 1864.

George Edward.

Elizabeth Catherina, d. 1836.

Charlotte Frances, in. 9 Nov. 1844, Rev. John Mason, of

Aldenham Lodge.

3 John George, b. 1786; d. 1806.

4 James, of Plymouth, M.D., b. 1794; m. 1820, Margaret,
dau. of Sir Thomas Crawley-Boevey, 2nd Bart, of Flax-

5 William Crawley, of Otterbourne, Hants, J. P., an Officer
52nd Eegt., 6. 2 June, 1795; to. 25 Oct. 1822, Frances
Mary, dau. of Rev. Thomas Bargus, Vicar of Barkway,
Herts, and dying Feb. 1854, left issue by her (who d.

Julian Bargos, of Otterbourne, Hants, J. P., late Lieut.

Rifle Brigade, M.A. Balliol Coll. Oxford. 6. 31 Jan.

1830; m. 1858, Emma Frances, dau. of Col. Edward

Walter, 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry, and has issue,

Francis Arthur, b. 1861; Maurice Edward, 6. 1867;

George Alan David, 6. 1871; Helen Emma; Louisa

Alethea; and Joanna Angela.
Charlotte Mary, authoress of The History of Christian.

Names, Heir of RedcUffe, ttc.

1 Susannah, to. 1825, Jerome Roach, Esq. ; and d. 1832.

2 Catharina, to. 1813, Rev. Charles Crawley, son of Sir T.
Crawley-Boevey, Bart, of Flaxley, co. Gloucester.

3 Charlotte, to. 1st, 1806, George Crawley, Esq., Capt.
R.N., son of Sir T. Crawley-Boevey, who d. 1810; and
2nd!y, 1825, Eev. John Jones, D.D., Rector of Exeter
Coll. Oxon, who d. 1839. She d. 1830.

4 Anne Duke, m. April, 1831, Thomas Julian Pode, Esq.

IV. Charles Upton, h. and d. 1753.

I. Elizabeth, m. Philip Morshead, Esq. of Widcy, Devon.

II. Dorothy Eyre, m. Samuel Archer, Esq. of Trelaske,
Cornwall, Col. in the Guards.





John Youge J. 1T67, and was s. by his eldest sou,

Rev. John Yonge, of Poseljnche, Rector of Newton
Ferrers, b. 1747 ; m. 177'2, Miss Ellieombc, of Alphington,
Pevon. He d. s. p. 1772, from a fall from his horse, and
■n-as y. by his brother,

Rev. James Y^onge, of Posclynche, for 24 years Rector of
Newton Ferrers, b. 1748; hi. 1st, Anne, clau. of Rev.
Z;ichary Mudgc, D.D. of Plymouth, and by her (who <!.
17!>o)had a dau., Anne, who (^ 1800. He vi. 2ndly, 1787,
Anne, dau. of Edmund Granger, Esq. of The Castle, Exe-
ter, and by her (who survived him till 2 Nov. 1839) had

I. John (Rev.\ his sucecssor.

II. James, Fellow of Balliol Coll. Oxford, Perpetual Curate
of Tormorhan and Coekington, 6. 1792; m. Jane, dau. of
Roger JIallock, Esq. of Coekington Court, and d. s. p.

III. Edmund, of Brixton, Devon, Vice-Admiral R.N., b. 1795 ;
■ill. 1835, Jane Ley, dau. of John Bennett, Esq. of Sandwell,
Devon; andc^ 14 April, 1868, leaving a son, James Edmund,
b. 1843.

I. F.lizaheth, b. 1790 ; m. 1814, Field-5Iar.shal Lord Seaton,
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.H., &c., Commander-in-Chief in
Ireland, who d. 1^63. She d. 28 Nov. 1872.

M. Mary Anne, 6. 1791 : d. unm.

III. Jane, 6. 1796; to. Rev. Joseph Harris, D.D., Incumbent
of Torre (Torquay).
Rev. John Yonge d. 5 Dec. 1797, aged 47, and was s. by his
eldest son.

Rev. John Y''onge, of Puslinch and Coombc, Devon, and
Burrell. Cornwall, Rector and Patron of Newton Ferrers, Puslinch, M.A., 6. 4 Nov. 1788 ; m. '25 March, 1813,
Alethea Henrietta, dau. and co-heir of Rev. Thomas Bar-
giis, D.D. of Barkway, Herts, by Cordelia Anne his wife,
only dau. of John Garstin, Esq. (see Garstin), and relict of
Samuel Colborne, Esq. of Lymington, Hants (see Bubke's
Peerage, under the title of Seaton), and by her (who d. IS
Oct. 1844, had issue (with other children, who d- young),

I. John Bargus, J. P. and D.L., M.A. Oxon, '.apt. 7th Devon
Mounted Rifles, b. 22 Nov. 1821 ; ni. 28 June, 1848, Cordelia,
dau. of William Hay, Esq. of Dunse Castle, co. Berwick (see
Hat); and d. s. p. at Biarritz, 12 Nov. 1863, and was bur.

II. DcKE (Rev.), M.A., of Puslinch.

I. Alethea, m. 1845, Rev. John Philip Anderson-Morehead,
of Widey Court, Devon ; and d. 22 July, 1863, leaving

II. Mary.

III. Jane Duke. d. unm. 27 March, 1855.

IV. Anne, d. 1 Sept. 1869.

V. Frances EUzabeth, d. 4 Dec. 1883.

Rev. John Y'onge d. 23 Aug. 1S77, and was s. by his only
surviving sou,

Rev. Dcke Yonge, M.A., of Puslinch and Coomhe, Devon,
and of Burell, co. Cornwall, Rector and Patron of Newton
Ferrers, 6. 21 June, 1823; m. 26 Aug. 1S52, Charlotte Cor-
delia, dau. of Thomas Jitlian Pode, Esq. of Plympton
Erie, Devon, and had issue,

John, now of Puslinch.

Charles Burrell (Rev.), M.A. Oxon, Rector of Newton Ferrers,

h. 6 April, ls66.
Geoffrey (Rev.), B.A. Oxon, 6. 20 Sept. 1867; d. 24 Dec.

Duke Mohun, 6. 18 April, 1869.
James Upton, 6. 17 July, 1872.
Ambrose Pode, b. 19 Dec. 1878.
Katharine, m. Adam William Thaburn Skee, Esq.
Cordelia Elizabeth. Alethea.

Mr. Yonge d. 7 Oct. 1881.

Arms — Or, six pellets in feps sa., between three lions rampant
gu. Vreit — A buck's head couped between two fern branches
all ppr. jl/oi^o— Qualis vita, finis ita.

&a(s— Puslinch, Yealmpton, Devon ; and Burell, Cornwall.


Yo>-GE, Rev. Veexon Geoege, of CharnRs Hall,
CO. Stafford, J.P. co. Stafford, late Rector of Brat-
tleby, Lincoln, S. 4 July, 1823; m. 27 July, 184S,
Frances, dau. of Nathaniel Cave, Esq. of Barbados,
Wc=t Indies, and has issue,

I. Weston Edward Vebnon (Rev.), Rector of Wistaston,
CO. Chester, 6. 11 May, 1849; to. 1887, Evelyn, eldest
dau. of the late Joseiih Alcock, Esq., J. P., of PorthiU,

n. Vemou Cave, 6. 20 Dec. 1801 ; w. 1883, Alice, dau.

of G. Shan', Esq. of Hordham, co. Sussex, and has
issue, Gilbert Vernon, Hilda Alice, and others.

III. Reginald Vernon, 6. 5 May, 1S53.

IV: Walter Skryinslier, 6. 1858 ; m: 1883, Sarah Alexandra
Ada, widow of Lieut. -Col. Charles Dresing, of the 58tl:
Regt, and of Her Majesty's Royal Body Guard, and has
issue, Frances Elizabeth Marion.

v. Geoffrey Thomas Vernon, 6. 1860; d. unm. 1883.

VI. Lyttlotou Vernon, 6. 18GJ ; ra. E. M. H. Grcu-

vii. Hugo Vernon, b. 1862.

viii. Arden Thickncsse Vernon, b. 1807.

I. Edith Vernon:

ii; Lucy Vernon, m. Norman Kynaston, Esq.

III. Mary Church Vernon, to. W. M. Bird, Esq.

IV. Ellync Vernon.

V. Fanny Vernona.

Lineage.— This family claims remote antiquity. Its
direct ancestor is stated to have been Reginald, of Charnes
(son of John, of Charnes, who m. the dau. of Richard de la
Lee), who received from Edward I. the right of free warren,
27 Feb. 1281, by a grant still in existence. From this
Reginald lineally derived John Yoxge, of Charnes, whose
relict, Christiana, released her widow-right upon lands in
favour of her son, Richard Yonge, 2 Richard II. This
Richard, called in deeds Lord of Charnes, to. 1380, Alice,
and was father of William, who ;,;. JIargaret, dau. of John
Thickncsse, of Balterley, 1407, and was direct ancestor of
John Yonge, of Charnes, living 144S, whose descendant,
Thomas Yonge, of Charnes, was father of Thomas Yonge,
whose grandson,

John Yonge, of Charnes,6. 19 July, 1653 ; m. Mary, dau.
of Walter Scrymsher, Esq., and was s. by his son,

Walter Yonge, P:sq. olCharnes, m. 20 Feb. 1698-99, Mary,
dau. and co-heir of Thomas Vernon, Esq. of Audley, co.
StaDford, groat-erandson of Ralph Vernon, Esq. of Audley,
ancestor (through his 2nd sou Richard) of tlie Vernons of
Hanbury Hall, co. Worcester. By this lady Mr. Yonge left
at his decease, 1723, a son and heir,

Vernon Yonge, Esq. of Charnes, m. 1727, Elizabeth, dau.,
of Chailes Rigby, Esq. of Lancaster, and had a son and

Walter Yongk, Esq., m. 1752, Hester, dau. of Westoub
Church Bailey, Esq. of Madcley, co. Stafford, and had issue,
three sons and two daus. The eldest son,

Weston Yonge, Esq. of Chanies Hall and Madcley, co.
Stafford, bapt. 29 Juno, 1753 ; to. 1st, 10 May, 1792, Ann,
dau. of Rev. George Gretton, Vicar of Norton in Hales,
Salop, and sister of Dr. Gretton, Dean of Hereford, and had
by her

Weston, his heir.

Anne, m. John Johrii^tone, Esq. of co. Chester.

Mary, ra. Rev. Thomas Gi'etton, of Hereford.

Mr. Y'onge m. 2ndly, Miss Jane Ston , and had by her two
sons and a dau.,

Reginald, in. Harriet Rodenhurst.

Richard, m. Mary Heaton.

He d. 28 May, 1827, and was s. \>y his son,

Weston Yonge, Esq. of Charnes Hall, 6. 4 Sept. 1794 ;
m. 17 July, 1817, Mary, dau. of Norman Bond, Esq. of
Abergwilly, co. Carmarthen, and d. 4 March, 1819, leaving

Vernon George (Rev.), now of Charnes Hall.

Norman Bond, 6. 16 Nov. 1629 ; m. Isabella Christian, dau.

of Nathaniel Cave, Esq. of Barbadoes, and (/. 1872, having

had issue, Cecil Audley Saclievrel, Norman Albert Douglas,

and Isabella Maud Mary.
Marianne, to. William Carter, Esq. of Thornbury Court, co.

Hereford, who d. 1863.
Elizabeth, m. Rev. Robert Haynes Cave, of Lydgate Rectory,

Sulfolk, and has issue.
Catherine Vernon, d. s.p.

Arms — Az., a buck's head cabossed or, on a chief sa. threo
mullets of the second. Crest— An antelope's head erased or,
gutte de sang. il/o((o— Conservata fides perfectus amorque

Scat— Charnes Hall, Eccleshall, co. Stafford.



YoEK, Edwaed, Esq. of Ilutton Hall, co. York,
i. 16 Jan. 1872, Lieut. 3rd Batt. Princess of Wales'
Yorkshire Rest.





Xjiueagre. — WuitwellSheepshakks, an eiuinent Mer-
<Aant I f Leeds, assumed by royal licence the surname and
arms of York, and d. Aug. 1817, leaving by Mary, his
wife, relict of W. Peart, of Gassington, one son and one
■dau. ,

EiCHAED, his heir.

Blary, m. 1801, the Eev. Anthony L. Mareden, of Gargrave,
CO. York.
The son and heir,

Richard York, Esq. of Wighill Park, D.ti., Lieut. -Col.
of the West Riding Yorkshire Hussar Yeomanry, 6. Jvme,
1778, served as High Sherifif 1S32. He m. 20 AprU, 1801,
Lady Mary Anne Lascelles, youngest dau. of Edward, 1st
Earl of Harev70od, and d. 27 Jan. 1843, leaving an only

Edwabd York, Esq. of Wighill Park, J.P. and D.L., 6.
6 Jan. 1802 ; m. 25 Nov. 1835, Penelope Beatrix, dau. of the
Rev. Christopher Sykes, Rector of Roos, Holdemess, and
had issue by her(who d. June, 1873),

Edwabd Christopher, of Hutton Hall.

Lucy Mary, tn. 1857, Edward Brookshank, Esq. of Healaugh
Manor, and has issue,

Caroline Penelope, in. the Rev. John Morland Rice, Rector
of Bramher, Sussex.

Laura Marianne, jii. Capt. Ernest Rice, R.N., and has issue,
Gwenllian and Beatrice.


Mr. York d. 2C Jan. 1801. His son,

Edward Ciibistophep. Yoric, Esq. of Hutton Hall, edu-
cated at Eton and Ch. Ch., Oxford, B.A. 1864, J.P. for
West Riding co. York, and lute Lieut. Yorkshire Hussars,
6. 14 Oct. 1842 ; m. 1st, Jan. 1870, Isabel Augusta, youngest
dau. of Thomas Fairfax, Esq. of Newton Kyme, co. York,
and by her (who d. 1875) had issue,

I. Edward, his heir.

I. Beatrix Penelope Lucy, 6. April, 1874.

He TO. 2ndly, 1876, Celina Rose, .3rd dau. of Rev. Charles
Marsden, Vicar of Gargrave, Leeds, and d. 14 Deo. 18S5,
leaving issue,

II. Richard Lister, 6. 29 March, 1880.

III. Francis Stafford, h. IS Sept. 1883.

IV. Edwin Arthur, h. 27 Feb. 1885.

II. Mabel Rose, h. 17 Nov. 1878.

III. Sebell Marguerite, h. 11 Sept. 1881.]

Arms — Erm. , on a cross az., a woolpack arg., between four
lions pa.ssant erminois on a chief gu ,a sword ppr. pommel and
hilt or, surmounted by a key in saltier of the last. Crest — A
demi-lion per fe=s wavy the upper part gu., the lower barry
wavy of four erminois and az., supporting a woolpack erect
ppr. on the breast a gold key, barways.

Stat— Hutton Wansley Hall, York.


YoEKE, Thomas Edward, Esq. of Bewerley
Hall and Halton Place, co. York, B.A. Camb., J.P.
for West Riding of Yorkshire, High Sheriff 1889,
h. 4 Aug. 1832 ; m. 1st 17 Feb. 1863, Augusta Mar-
garet, eldest dau. of Hon. and Rev. John Baillie,
Rector of Elsdon and Canon of York, and by her
{who d. 13 April, 1879) has had issue,

I. John Cecil, 6. 10 Nov. 1807.

II. Henry Reay, 6. 26 Jan. 1875.

in. Arthur Edwaid, b. March, 1879; d.. 13 Sept. 1886.

I. Mary Augusta.

II. Helena Margaret, t_ j.^JQg_

III. Louife-a Caroline,) •

IV. Katherine Elizabeth.

V. Ethel Lilian.

He m. 2ndly 20 Oct. 1883, Fanny, younger dau. of
8ir John Walsham, 1st Bart, of Knill Court, co.

Iiineagre. — This ancient and eminent family has been
■for many generations seated in the co. York.

Sir Richard Yorke, Knt., who was Maj'or of the Staple,
in Calais, m. 1st, Jaue Mauleverer, and had by her two sons,
Richard (Sir), Knt. ; and TLomas. By his 2nd wife, Joan,
he had ahso a .sou,

John Yorke. m. Catherine Paterdale, and was father of a
dau., the wife of Frobisher, and of three sons, one of whom,
the youngest,

Sir John Y'op.kf., Knt., Lord Mayor of London, m. 1st,
Ann, dau. of Robert Smith ; and 2ndly, a lady named

Paget. By the former he had no less then ten sons (two of
whom were knights, Sir Edmund, and Sir Edward, Vice-
Admiral of the British Navy), and three daus., the
youngest. Amy, wife of Sir William Hilton. Sir John's
eldest son,

Peter Yorke, Esq., m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir William
Ingleby, Knt., of Ripley, co. York, and had issue,
John, his heir.

Thomas, m. 1st, Frances, dau.and co-heir of George Vavasour,
Esq. of Spaldington ; and 2ndly. Frances, dau. of Bap-
thorpe, of Bapthorpe, Notts. By the latter he left at his
decease a son,
John, heir to his uncle.
William, who had a son John.
Richard, who d. unm.

The eldest son,

Sir John Yorke, of Gowthwaite, co. York, received the
honour of Knighthood at Windsor, 1603. He m. Juliana,
dau. and co-heir of Ralph Hausby, Esq. of Beverley and
Tickhill, but dying s. p. about 1630, was s. by his nephew,

John Yorke, Esq. of Gowthwaite, m. 1st, Florence
Sharpe, of Westmorland ; 2ndlj-, Catherine, dau. of Sir
Ingleby Dauiell, Knt. of Beswick, in co. York. By the
former he had three daus., Elizabeth, wife of Sir James
Leslie, Lord Lindores ; Frances, wife of Thomas Barney,
of Dale Bank, co. York ; and Jane, wife of David Lesley,
Lord Newark. By the latter he left at his decease, about
1035, a son and successor.

Sir John Y'orke, Knt. of Gowthwaite, co. York, to. Maiy,
dau. of Maulger Norton, Esq. of St. Nicholas, near Rich-
mond, in the same co. and was chosen MP. for that borough,
1661. Hed. 3 April, 1663, aged 29, and left (with a dau.
Mary, wife of Sir Edward Blackett, Bart, of Newby) a sou
and successor,

Thomas Yorke, Esq. of Gowthwaite and Richmond, b.
29 June, 1658, M.P. for Richmond, to. 9 Nov. 1680, Cathe-
rine, only dau. and heir of Thomas Lister, Esq. of Arnold's
Higgin, and had by her (who d. 24 April, 1731) two sous
and one dau.,
John, his heir.

Thomas, successor to his brother.

Catherine, to. 1702-3, Sir James Clavering, 6th Bart, of
Axwell and Greencroft.
Mr. Yorke d. 1716, and was s. by his eldest sou,

John Y'orke, Esq. of Gowthwaite and Richmond, bapt.
16 Dec. 1685, who represented the borough of Richmond,
from 1710 to 1754. He m. 5 Jan. 1732, Ann, dau. and co-
heir of James Darcy, Esq. of Sedbury, Lord Darcy. of i7a-
vau, but dying without issue, 14 J uly, 1757, was s. by his

Thomas Y'orke, Esq. of Haiton Place and Gowthwaite,
M.P. for Richmond. He m. Abigail, dau. and co-heir
of William Andrews, Esq. of Barnes Hall, co. Worcester,
and had issue,

I. John, his heir,

II. Thomas of Halton Place, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 5 June,
1738; r,i. 8 Feb. 1774, Jane (who d. 1840), dau. of Jcisepli
Eeay, Esq. of Killingworth, Northumberland, andd. 3 July,
1811, leaving issue,

1 John, successor to his uncle.

2 Thomas Henry, M.A., Vicar of Bishop Middlcham, h.
29 Jan. 1785; to. 1823, Maria, dau. of Mujdv-Gen.
the Hon. Mark Napier, 5th son of Francis, 6th Lord
Nai ier.

3 Edmund, M.A., 6. 8 Feb. 1787.
1 Margaret Anne, d. 1847.

I. Katherine, 2nd wife of Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Clavering,

II. Mary.

III. Anne, d. unm. 1778.

Mr. Yorke d. 26 March, 1768, and was b. by his son,

John Yorke, Esq. of Bewerley and Richmond, High
Sheriff 17SS. He m. Ist, 1763, Sophia, dau. of Sir John
Glyn, Bart, of Hawarden, by whom he had an only child,
who d. in infancy ; and indly, 1769, Elizabeth Wood.stock,
dau. of Peter Campbell, Esq. of Fish River, Hanover Par-
ish, Jamaica. Mr. Yorke d. 29 Jan. 1813, and wass. by his

John Yorke, Esq. of Halton Place and of Bewerley, 6. 20
Feb. 1776, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1S18 ; m. 9 Aug. 1821,
Mary, eldest dau. of Ichabod Wright, Esq. of Maperley,
Notts, and by her (who d. 1883) had issue,

John, his heir.

Thomas Edward, now of Bewerley.

Frances Mary.

Caroline, ra.'Rer. Richard St. JoUa Tyrwhitt, Vicar of St.





Jlary Magdalen, Oxford, and (.1. 6 Dec. 1SS3, leaving five
sons and two Jaus.
Mr. Yorke d. f) Feb. ISoT. and vras s. by his eldest son,

John Yorkk, Esq. of Bewevloy Hall and Haltou Place,

.P. and D.L., b. iS March, 1S27, m. 5 Sept. 1S59, Alice, 5th
dau. of James Simpson, Esq. of West Clifie, and d. s. p. 3
Oct. ISSo, when he was «. by his brothei-, the present,

Thomas Edward Yokke, Esq. of Bewerley Hall and Hal-
ton Place.

Arms. — Arg., a saltire az. Crest— A monkey's bead erased
ppr. There seems to have been a traditionary idea entertained
that the monkey's head was adopted in consequence of that
animal having been first brought to England by a member of
the Yorke family.

.StoU-— Bewerley Hull, Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire ; and
ilalton Place, Hellifield-in-Craven, Yorkshire.


ToEKE, Philip, Esq. of Erddig Park, co. Den-
bigh, late Capt. Eoval Denbigh Eiiles, b. 28 April,
1849: m. 12 April, 1877, Annette Fountayne,
eldest dau. and co-heir of Sir Eiehard Price Pule-
ston, 3rd Sart. of Emral, co. Flint.

liineag'e.— The Y'orkes of Dover, of whom the Earl
of Hardwicke represents the elder line, are a branch of an
ancient famUy long settled in North Wilts. They suffered
much on account of their loyalty in the great Eebclliou.

Simon Yorke, Esq. of Dover, a person of good landed
property (the eldest son of Bartholomew Y'orke, of Calne.
Wilts), d. 16S'2j aged 76, leavhig with other issue,

Philip, father of Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke,
Lord High Chancellor.

The younger son,

Simon Yorke. Esq., to. Anne, sister and heir of John
Meller, Esq. of Erddig, co. Denbigh, one of the Masters in
Chancery, and had a son and successor,

Simon Yorke. Esq. of Erddig, m. Dorothy, dau. and heiress
of Matthew Huttou, Esq. of Newnham, Herts, and dying
■2S July, 1767, was ,«. by his son,

Philip Y''orke, Esq. of Erddig, F.A.S., author of the
Roijal Tribes of ira((S, and Tracts of Powys, M.P., of Ilches-
ter from ]77i to 1777; in. 1st, 2 July, 1770, Elizabeth,
younger dau. of the Right Hon. Sir John Cust, Bart.,
Speaker of the House of Commons, and by her had, with
other issue, a son and heir, Simon. He in. 2ndly, 17S2,
Diana, widow of Ridgeway Owen Meyrick, Esq., and dau.
and heiress of Pierce Wynne, Esq. of Dyffryu Aled, co. Den-
bigh, by Margaret his wife, dau. of Robert AVynne,

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